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Recipe Reviews 18 reviews
Doc's Best Beef Jerky
We tried this recipe with my two kids who wanted to make beef jerky for the first time. They (all of us, really) loved it so much we had to make another batch as soon as the first batch was eaten. On the second batch we used a little less soy sauce and a little more Worcestershire (sp?) sauce and we liked that flavor a bit more; but the recipe, as it stands, is just excellent. The taste is really addictive.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jan. 11, 2014
German Pancakes II
This is such an easy and versatile recipe; you can't go wrong with it. I have made this a lot (my kids LOVE when I make this for breakfast) and I've made it with fewer eggs, six eggs, with sugar/cinnamon, without sugar/cinnamon, etc. There just isn't a way for these to turn out badly. Our favorite way to make this is in a 9x13 pan with five eggs instead of six (but six? still works well. as does three. or four.) and adding a few tablespoons of sugar. We also add cinnamon and vanilla; but, again, it's not necessary. We use the entire 1/4 C butter because we like how it crisps up the edges; but if you cut it down to be healthy, the pancake will still turn out okay. Several have mentioned cooking a shorter amount of time on a higher temperature, which does work; but I've found that we like the texture best when we cook at 350 for the 30-40 minutes.

8 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 22, 2011
Award Winning Soft Chocolate Chip Cookies
I have become really jaded about cookies it seems and I find myself thinking "How different can one chocolate chip cookie really be from all the rest? " But you know what? These really are outstanding. This is going to be my chocolate chip cookie recipe from now on! I followed the advice of some who said to make the vanilla two TABLEspoons instead of two TEAspoons and also to add baking powder and a touch of salt. Also I have to nod an emphatic yes to the notion that even though these cookies don't *look* finished at 12 minutes, they most certainly are. Don't bake them much longer than that. Several reviewers mentioned that you needed a baking stone or parchment paper for these; but I baked them on silicone sheets and they baked up perfectly. I will definitely make these again; they really are the best chocolate chip cookie I have ever tasted.

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Reviewed On: May 15, 2011

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